tree-of-life_flower-of-life_stage-svgThere lived a Sadhu who regularly used to give discourses.

One day at the end of the discourse he was talking of being grateful to existence. “Operate from a space of gratitude. This will allow us to expand.”

A beggar was sitting in a corner and listening to the discourse; he came up to the Sadhu and said, “Maharaj, your talk was great. But one thing I am not able to understand. You said to be grateful to the existence because it has always showered benediction on you. Sorry! But, existence has not given me anything. I am struggling even for one roti”.

The Sadhu said, “I agree with you, I will give you two lakhs, right here, will you be grateful?’ The beggar was thrilled.

“But I want something in return from you”, said the Sadhu. “I do not have anything, what can I give you? If I have something I will definitely give you.” said the beggar.

“I won’t ask you anything that you do not have”, said the Sadhu. The agreement was made. The Sadhu said, “I will make arrangements for the two lakhs; but then in return you have to give me both your eyes.”

The beggar was astonished. “What will I do with this money without my eyes? I don’t agree to the deal,” he said. “I prefer my two eyes instead of two lakhs”. The Sadhu said, “but you said you don’t have anything and were cursing existence.”

For the beggar, money was very important. That we can see is such a great gift of existence. He had two eyes, two hands, two legs, stomach etc., He is already a multi-millionaire. But we do not see all these gifts .We can hear. We can walk. All are great gifts.

Now If you say you are unhappy, it is just ridiculous.

In fact we should dance and celebrate Our Existence.

We are normally focused on what is missing in life.

The moment you start operating from what you don’t have, whatever you have also go into darkness.

cookie-jarOnce a little girl went to a shop with her mother.

The shopkeeper looked at the small cute child and showed her a jar full of cookies and said “dear child, you can take some cookies”; but the child didn’t take.

The shop keeper was surprised. Such a small child but why is she not taking the cookies from the jar?

Again he said take the cookies. Now the mother also heard this and said “take the cookies dear” yet she didn’t take it.

The shopkeeper, seeing the child not taking the cookies, himself took the cookies and gave them to the child.

The child was ecstatic to have been given so many delicious cookies!

While returning home the mother asked the child “why didn’t you take the cookies, when the shop keeper told you to take?”

Can you guess the response?

The child replied:” mom! My hands are very small and if I take the cookies I can only take a few but now you see when uncle gave with his big hands”. how many more cookies I got!”

Moral: when we take we may get little but when God gives he provides us beyond our expectations more than what we can hold.

message-for-heartWhether you have a Maruti or a BMW, the road remains the same.

Whether you travel economy class or business, your destination doesn’t change.

Whether you have a Titan or a Rolex, the time is the same.

There is nothing wrong in dreaming a luxurious life.

What needs to be taken care of is to not let the NEED become GREED.

Because NEEDs’ can always be met.. but GREED can never be fulfilled.

Short lines with a million dollar meaning :-

The life that you are living now, Is also a dream of millions!!

ice-creamIn the days when an ice cream sundae cost much less, a 10 year old boy entered a hotel coffee shop and sat at a table. A waitress put a glass of water in front of him.

“How much is an ice cream sundae?”

“50 cents,” replied the waitress.

The little boy pulled his hand out of his pocket and studied a number of coins in it.

“How much is a dish of plain ice cream?” he inquired. Some people were now waiting for a table and the waitress was a bit impatient.

“35 cents,” she said roughly.

The little boy again counted the coins. “I’ll have the plain ice cream,” he said.

The waitress brought the ice cream, put the bill on the table and walked away. The boy finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and departed.

When the waitress came back, she began wiping down the table and then swallowed hard at what she saw. There, placed neatly beside the empty dish, were 15 cents – her tip

Despite his desire to eat an ice cream sundae, he wanted to make allowance for the harsh waitress

Be Kind to everyone you meet. They are all fighting a battle you know nothing about…

one-world-many-storiesWorld is Full of Stories some to teach us and some to learn from.. Here’s a collection of Stories that have been collected over a period of time for the benefit of all…

Neethi is not taught by a Religion/Caste/Location/Crede but its the teaching from an about the Life we are living in.

We are a global people defining how easily we can migrate/learn from each others experience as we get thur our livies.

Below are few Lessons / Personal Stories that can shall shape our thoughts and future…

Just as A thought Think on the below:::

Rs.20 Seems Too Much To Give A Beggar But It Seems Okay When Its Given As Tip At A Fancy Restaurant.

After A Whole Day Of Work, Hours At The Gym Seem Alright But Helping Your Mother Out At Home Seems Like A Burden.

Praying To God For 3 Min Takes Too Much Time But Watching A Movie For 3 Hours Doesn’t.

We Wait A Whole Year For Valentine’s Day But We Always Forget Mother’s Day.

Two Poor Starving Kids Sitting On The Pavement Weren’t Given Even A Slice Of Bread But A Painting Of Them Sold For Lakhs Of Rupees.

We Don’t Think Twice About Forwarding Jokes But We Will Rethink About Sending This Message On.

Think About It.. Lets All Make A Change..

Please share your life stories